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Vegan, Sugar-Free Japanese Wagashi Class in Sapporo
Organized by Itadakizen
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Number of Guests
3 - 5 guests
Wheelchair Accessible, Stroller Accessible, Family-friendly, Pet-friendly
Japanese, English, Korean
Gluten-free, Halal, Vegan, Vegetarian
Make your own delicious wagashi (Japanese sweets) in Sapporo. They’re vegan, sugar-free, and guilt-free!
Learn how to make delicious Japanese sweets using dates as a base ingredient
Cook with organic vegetables and spices that aren’t grown using pesticides
Learn about markets and nutritious foods in the Sapporo region
Anyone can enjoy this cooking class as all the ingredients are vegan, gluten-free, and halal
Itadakizen, the local vegan restaurant in Sapporo, is the place to learn how to make sugar-free Japanese wagashi sweets. Itadakizen specializes in vegan cuisine and uses organically grown produce in all of its delicious dishes. Are you looking for a healthy but delicious activity to add to your Sapporo trip? Learn how to create your own Japanese sweets (but hold the sugar) during this special vegan cooking class in Sapporo! Held at Itadakizen’s Sapporo restaurant, this unique cooking class offers the chance to make traditional Japanese sweets without using processed white sugar. Instead, your instructor will teach you to make a home-style sweet recipe that uses dates as the base ingredient! Dates are naturally sweet, making them the perfect ingredient to cook healthy vegan treats with. Rest assured as all of the produce and spices used in this class are plant-based and pesticide-free! Plus, your friendly instructor will introduce different organic products and their various health benefits. You can also find out what kind of vegetables are available in the Sapporo area during the class. Feel the healing benefits of healthy vegan sweets in Sapporo when you join this sugar-free Japanese wagashi class. While eating your homemade sweets together, you will feel lighter and not so naughty! Using Itadakizen’s organic and vegan recipes, you’ll gain the confidence and skills to recreate these healthy wagashi sweets at home.
2-3 vegan and sugar-free Japanese sweets
Recipes to take home
Transportation to and from the restaurant
Any extra food or drinks
Meeting Point and Meeting Time
Meet directly at the restaurant
Takeaway is available if participants do not finish their meal
The northern island prefecture of Hokkaido offers a beautiful natural landscape whose diverse environment produces high-quality local meat, vegetables, and seasonal seafood to create regional cuisine and famous dairy products.
Place a Booking
Select at least 3 guests
Select at least 3 guests
(18 - 80)
Earliest available date: December 15, 2023
Please note that the time is in Japan Standard Time.